Vol. 5 No. 2 (2022): Pakistan Journal of International Affairs


Published 2022-06-29


The concept of human rights is universal. They are among the most mindful objects because of their inalienability. These rights, it is well understood, cannot be relinquished or compromised on the basis of caste, religion, multicultural, or territory. Countless incidents have occurred and been viewed by the naked eye, dragging humanity deeper into the depths of intolerance. Individuals come unglued for their basic needs, and ethical warfare is a continual threat. While individuals of many races, ethics, and nationalities work together to safeguard, preserve, and respect the rights of others, they also fight for their own rights to be guarded, preserved, and respected globally. Some heartbreaking occurrences include the assassination of activists, the status of refugees, the rights of minorities, widespread violations of civil and political rights, a pandemic of water, food, housing, and unemployment, and the violation of the right to security through enforced disappearances. Authorities are oblivious to the illegal expulsion of indigenous peoples from their territory. All of these occurrences, as well as a slew of others, are constantly pushing us closer to a war that was once only a figment of our imagination. Is mortal mankind well-prepared to fight in the most awaited conflict? This paper uses the doctrinal technique to pay attention to the comprehension of this question. The findings for this research were derived from a variety of academic methodologies as well as international statistics. The fundamental goal has been to determine the potential for World War III and its dimensional causes. Possible questions about the unavoidable war have been addressed to a large extent.